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Posted by9 hours ago

[SOLVED] Thanks everyone! mystery solved!

外围体育投注HiI am creating a react app that should connect to a django server to collect and send dataI am thinking about lunching django server on heroku and react app on github pagesbut I guess browsers don' t allow you to communicate with different domains

外围体育投注And I have no idea how to lunch it once and as a single project in heroku.

外围体育投注What do i do?your help will do me a great favor

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Posted by3 hours ago

I have been learning programming on and off for the last 10 years. I started with c++ then jumped on the mern bandwagon a couple years ago.

Unfortunately I've not been able to finish a project because i have just been constantly discouraged by hearing stories about tight deadlines, snooty and evil co-workers, 60+ hours per week.

Even though i do enjoy computer science very much and most times do enjoy actually programming, there is something in me that just rejects this lifestyle. I burn out very easily with projects. It also doesnt help that i have bad anxiety disorder.

外围体育投注If it is such a toxic environment, is it even possible for someone like me to thrive in an industry like this? Or will i just be bottom of the barrel just struggling to survive? Does anyone have a similar story?

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Posted by3 hours ago

Hey people,

外围体育投注so I got this awesome 49" 32:9 monitor. I love this screen, but there is one thing...


外围体育投注I mean, we live in 2020, right?I am looking for a tool, so i can split my monitor in separat areas, especially Full-Screen stuff.

For example, i want to watch a Youtube Video in FullScreen, but just over half the monitor, so i can open a browser window, like i would do with two 16:9 monitors.

外围体育投注Can somebody help me out? I can not find anything. Just window managment tools, but no supoorting fullscreen mode. :(

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外围体育投注Been studying java and decided my first non tutorial project was going to be a text adventure game that I eventually would like to make a gui with and maybe add some music. Right now I'm currently working through planning on how to tackle things and dividing what I want into their own individual compartments. Where I want the opinions though is the combat system to implement and why one would be better than another.

I'm not entirely sure as to whether the game will be sci-fi or fantasy based but I'm looking to mimic either the D&D way of combat or the Warhammer way. The player, enemies and NPC's all will be their own classes and have their own stats. What do you guys think would make the most sense for a beginner to work with in terms of combat?

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I very often find myself trying words/phrases into google and get the correct spelling 9/10 so why is autocorrect on phones/word/email just general typing so bad, the google search word correction is easily the best autocorrect out rn, why not just port it over?

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I’ve seen this said a few times in the last week or so and it always goes like this

“This article is behind a paywall OP”

外围体育投注“Add a . after the .com in the URL”

“Wait, that works? Why?”

外围体育投注Then it’s either

“No idea” or a very simplistic explanation

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Posted by1 hour ago

Hey guys I have recently started doing data structures again and I am a bit confused on how I should go about performing a pre-order traversal via implementing a Stack.I was able to achieve an In-order traversal by doing

class InOrderTraverser extends NodeTraverser {
    private Stack<Node> stack;
    public InOrderTraverser(Node n) { 
        super(n); 
        stack = new Stack<Node>();
        stackInOrder(n);
    }

    private void stackInOrder(Node n) {
        if (n.right != null) stackInOrder(n.right);
        stack.push(n);
        if (n.left != null) stackInOrder(n.left);
    }

    public Node next() {
        if (stack.empty()) return null;
        return stack.pop();
    }
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